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Antiki

by swdunlop ALL

A Xiki Clone for Sublime Text 2/3

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  • 2015.05.26.06.22.27
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Antiki – a Xiki Clone for Sublime Text 2

Antiki implements a tiny subset of Xiki for Sublime Text 2 and Sublime Text 3. It is intended to be more portable and predictable than sophisticated combination of Xiki and @lunixboch's SublimeXiki, while implementing the essential feature of executing shell commands and replacing them with output.

Antiki considers any line starting with $ after zero or more tabs or spaces to be a possible command for execution. Placing your cursor on a command and pressing either “Command+Enter” or “Control+Enter” will cause Antiki to pass the command to your shell prompt, execute it, and replace a number of subquent lines with the output. Antiki will replace any lines with more indent than the command's indent, which effectively allows you to repeately run a command by returning your cursor to the original position and hitting “Command+Enter” again.

If you set your syntax to “Antiki”, you can simply use the “Enter” key, without the “Command” or “Control” modifier, if your cursor is currently on a line starting with $.

This makes Antiki a great tool for writing documentation, examples and working through demos.

Example – Git Commit from README.md:

For example, while hacking on an update to this README.md, Antiki was used to check git status:

$ git status
    # On branch hack
    # Changes not staged for commit:
    #   (use "git add <file>..." to update what will be committed)
    #   (use "git checkout -- <file>..." to discard changes in working directory)
    #
    #   modified:   README.md
    #
    no changes added to commit (use "git add" and/or "git commit -a")

Once satisfied with the changes, the following command would submit the changes:

$ git commit -a -m "added git commit example" --amend
    [hack 62db141] added git commit example
     1 file changed, 19 insertions(+), 13 deletions(-)

Example – Documenting Remote Setups:

To duplicate the results, simply place your cursor on the command line and hit “Command+Enter” or “Control+Enter”. If your SSH agent is properly configured in your environment and loaded with your key, you can check a remote command:

$ ssh mutation.ether uptime
     17:32:22 up 2 days, 22:39,  0 users,  load average: 0.01, 0.04, 0.05

Features:

Antiki's insistence on being stupid and simple is its greatest advantage compared to similar implementations, making it portable, maintainable and understandable.

  • Can execute shell commands in any buffer, not just Xiki buffers.
  • Does not require anything beyond Sublime Text itself, works out of the box in Windows and OSX.
  • Passes all commands through shell, ensuring features like piping to JQ or grep are easily available.

Limitations:

Antiki does not provide Xiki menus or use Xiki helpers. It also does not support continuously updating output, and will hang until a command exits or ten seconds have passed – for these features, the much more powerful SublimeXiki is recommended.

Contributors:

  • @efi – bug report and fix for windows output decoding